French food is regional, full of variety and above all designed for enjoyment. But it is also traditionally rich in products of animal origin: meat, butter, cream, eggs and cheese. Vegan Recipes from France translates all the French classics into vegan alternatives. You will discover many easy recipes to make, with simple ingredients.
The book starts with all the basic recipes that are the foundation of French cooking such as stocks, baguette, brioche, croissants, béchamel, aioli and cheese. There are recipes for delicious vegan appetizers such as soups, terrines and many original salads. Main dishes offer a selection of tarts and tartlettes, gratins, omelettes, quiches, souffles and crepes. Desserts provide mouth- watering vegan alternatives to such standards as mousse au chocolate, clafoutis, tarte tatin, pain perdu, gateau and madeleines.
The dishes are sumptuously photographed showing all your favourite French dishes vegan-style.
In 2016 The Vegan Society in partnership with Vegan Life Magazine commissioned research that found that there were over half a million vegans in Great Britain: three and a half times as many as estimated in 2006.